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Valencia vs Atletico Madrid Live Stream

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  • Venue: Mestalla
  • City: Valencia
  • Match date: 26/4/2012
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Match Preview & Form guide

Primera División force Valencia welcome force Atletico Madrid to Mestalla on Thursday. Atletico Madrid's form will make them confident of beating Valencia and pull away in the table. Los Che have won two and drawn one of their last five matches and sit in 4th place in the Primera División, while the away team have been in top form recently, having only dropped three points from a possible fifteen and lie in 3rd position in the table and are looking to cement their Champions League spot.

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